Skiing,

Mojo Lodge,

Hakuba,

Japan

when I found Hakuba in 2008 with the combination of excellent snow and challenging terrain!!
I had to have a slice of it, purchased Mojo Lodge and the rest is history.


Hakuba has something for everyone – there are no lift lines, plenty of well groomed slopes for all levels and enough off-piste to test every ability. After the skiing has finished there are many local natural onsens to rest the wary bones and a vast array of eating choices which are both good and reasonably priced. Best of all, Hakuba is still very Japanese. Few people speak English, however everyone is friendly and coping with the challenge of getting food and drink is easily achieved.












The goal at Mojo Lodge is to provide value for money where people have a time to remember and come back for more. The atmosphere is always important and the expectation is guests will become friends over a glass of red around the fire!


This is a family run business where the common connection is we all love skiing and being in the snow. We’ll go out of our way to sort out problems or unexpected situations as they arise. We’re reliant upon word of mouth to grow the business, so everyone wants you to have a great time. I know you won’t regret the decision to join us at Mojo Lodge.


Cheers


Stuart






Hakuba, A rare Find...

I’ve been lucky enough to have spent the last 30 years skiing at some of the best ski fields available in Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand. The snow quality of Niseko in Japan’s north was a revelation, with the only criticism being it’s lack of steep runs. My searching ceased